Thursday, October 29, 2015

Why Tesla Cars a Hit in China

Tesla Cars in China
According to a recent study conducted by the University of California at Berkeley, 1.6 million people a year or roughly 4,400 people a day die in China from air-pollution-related illnesses.

Wealthy Chinese are becoming increasingly wary of the country's heavily polluted land, water, and air, and they're willing to spend to avoid it — by importing food and spending extended periods of time abroad or buying Tesla’s Model X crossover next year.

Aside from being a show stopper, Model X party piece will be its Bioweapon Defense Mode.

Elon Musk claims the Model X's Bioweapon Defense Mode can scrub the air in its cabin to the cleanliness level of a hospital operating room.

If Tesla can even come close to delivering on these claims, it's going to find ready demand among China's elite.

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